Some positive news in these strange times – we’ve taken on three gorgeous holiday cottages in Pwllderi, North Pembrokeshire.
It means you now have more self-catering properties to choose from when you book your next break in stunning South West Wales.
By expanding our portfolio, we can now offer you a scenic coastal escape in St Davids, Porthgain, Solva, Newgale or Pwllderi.
So, even though the message in Wales remains to stay at home and save lives, the team at St Brides Bay Cottages are ready to take your booking for your post-lockdown getaway.
As ever, we’re grateful to you, our customers, for following the advice to visit Wales, later, so we can help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
We know you’re missing our beautiful beaches, invigorating walks and homely cottages. And we can’t wait to give you a warm Welsh welcome, ‘croeso’, when the time is right.
For now, have a peek at our new cottages, and feel free to pick up the phone and make your booking. We want to help you have something to look forward to once this challenging period is behind us.
Sitting at the foot of the rocky volcanic outcrop Garn Fawr, Tal-y-Gaer is a traditional whitewashed cottage on a farm overlooking the Irish Sea.
Sleeping four, the two-bedroom coastal retreat has been carefully refurbished to retain many original features that add to its character.
The cottage is a perfect base for you to explore the rugged North Pembrokeshire coastline, and to spot wildlife including seals and porpoises.
Sŵn y Morloi
This cosy one-bedroom cottage, overlooking the cliffs at Pwllderi, offers you glorious sunsets and dramatic sea views.
Converted from a barn on a smallholding, Sŵn y Morloi has bags of character and is just the place for a romantic break – any time of the year.
You’ll find whitewashed walls, a beamed ceiling, log-burning stove and a slate tiled floor, as well as all the modern touches you appreciate, such as underfloor heating in the shower room.
Situated just outside the village of St Nicholas, Bwthyn Gynon blends rural charm with comfort.
A former quarryman’s cottage, this attractive two-bedroom holiday home sleeps four and is stylishly furnished.
The property is surrounded by footpaths and from here you can easily access the many coves and bays along the North Pembrokeshire coastline.
Why visit Pwllderi?
With dramatic sea views and an abundance of wildlife, Pwllderi, in North Pembrokeshire, is the perfect location to get closer to nature.
Pull on your walking boots and take the Pembrokeshire Coast Path to Strumble Head, where you’ll see a lighthouse perched on a small island just off the coast.
A holiday in Pwllderi will suit you whether you love nothing more than taking it easy or would rather embrace your taste for adventure with watersports such as coasteering or kayaking.
Plus, within easy reach are the towns of Fishguard and Goodwick, where you can browse the galleries, gift shops and markets, and refuel at the welcoming cafes, pubs and restaurants.
Bookings for next year now available – with no deposit
You can now make a provisional booking for your 2021 holiday – without any need to pay a deposit. It’s a little something we’re doing to give you a helping hand in these extraordinary times.
To book your cottage stay in Pwllderi, call the team at St Brides Bay Cottages on 01437 720027 or email: